We have created some recommendations to help you have the best tournament week in Regina.
Looking for that traditional breakfast? Step back into the 1950’s diner at the Mercury Café, dive into sweet treats paired with savory skillets at Fresh & Sweet, or head to Breakfast Bistro for tasty food made from scratch. Bennies, waffles and skillets. Want breakfast on the go? Pick up a breakfast Sammie with farm-fresh egg, tomato, spinach, Cheddar, and guacamole from Tangerine Food Bar and while you’re there they can pack you a picnic lunch for later to keep the fun going!
Local Regina eats with room for the whole team!
- Nicky’s café a city staple, that has room to host your team for their famous lentil soup, homemade burger or fresh cinnamon bun maybe.
- Luiggis Pasta house is a family-run, authentic Italian restaurant located in the north end of Regina. Italian-inspired menu is made up of pasta and made-to-order sauces.
- Family style more to what the team is hoping for with a private team room, Regent family Restaurant. 30-year history serving breakfast, lunch and dinner a 5-minute drive north of the Cooperators Centre.
Got some down time between competitions?
Why not check out the Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame Museum as it preserves over 100 years of sports culture in Saskatchewan, alongside interactive sport activities!
Scotty, the largest Tyrannosaurus rex in the world, is on display at Royal Saskatchewan Museum. Discovered right here in Saskatchewan, an academic paper published in The Anatomical Record confirmed Scotty’s new status as the world’s largest and oldest T. rex, outsizing the Chicago Field Museum’s SUE by 400 kg and more than 50 cm in length.
Located at the Saskatchewan Science Centre, the Kramer IMAX Theatre is Saskatchewan’s largest movie screen. Featuring a pair of IMAX 3D 15/70mm film projectors, our IMAX projects ultra-high resolution images on a screen that is 52′ tall and 73′ wide. With more than 10,000 watts of audio power, there’s no wonder it’s called an IMAX Experience!
Take home a piece of the prairies to remember your championship week!
- Take home some sparkle and visit the iconic, Hillberg & Berg Flagship store where it all started. Rachel, the woman who started Hillberg & Berk at her kitchen table and has become recognized worldwide for adding sparkle to any outfit.
- Stock up on local produce, dry goods and Saskatchewan products before heading home. From Saskatoon berry jam to perogies, Local & Fresh has you covered.
- Experience a famous Sourdough donut! You can never go wrong with a sourdough donut and coffee from Everyday Kitchen. Featured donuts can be found on their Instagram, get there early, they sell out quickly!
- Stop in at Brick & Mortar either in the Warehouse District or as your taking off from YQR. Your one stop local shop at the YQR across from WestJet counters, main level, pre-security that includes: Hillberg & Berk, Everyday Kitchen, Good Spirit Kombucha, Leopold’s Tavern, Local & Fresh, Rebecca King, Rebellion, and Saskatchewan Roughriders.